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What did children of knights in the middle ages do?


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2012-09-12 17:15:48
2012-09-12 17:15:48

children of knights in the middle ages had to stay with they're mum , however if they did not have a mother then they would have to take care of themselves or get sent to the country side with all the other kids .

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